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Unions continue legal fight against provincial government

July 1, 2002
The Report: July / August 2002 vol.23 num.3 by JEANNE MEYERS n the aftermath of a legislative onslaught by the Gordon Campbell government, described in a recent Globe and Mail national editorial as “legislative vandalism,” HSA’s legal department has been working on many fronts to counter the government’s agenda.

Provincial axe falls on last recourse for troubled teens

July 1, 2002
The Report: July / August 2002 vol.23 num.3 Youth counsellor fears for youths

Notice to OH&S Stewards re: OH&S Courses

May 14, 2002
EB02.11  OH&S Stewards who wish to take a basic occupational health and safety course before the fall, are encouraged to consider taking one of the following courses being offered in May and June:

Basic OH&S Steward Workshop

May 14, 2002
EB02.10 HSA is offering a basic OH&S steward workshop on June 17 and 18, 2002. Occupational health and safety issues are very important to HSA members. OH&S Stewards have a vital role in promoting a safe work environment and helping to prevent injuries. These workshops will be participatory and discussion oriented. We urge you to bring examples from your workplace for discussion. The workshops will be held at the HSA Office, 300 - 5118 Joyce St., Vancouver. 

All show and no tell at health care briefing

April 23, 2002
It was all show and no tell at the government's long-awaited announcement on the future of health care in British Columbia. In a carefully stage-managed news conference held in downtown Vancouver today, the Liberal government unveiled its vision for the future of health services in the province. Chief Executive Officers and chairs of the province's six health authorities were summoned to Vancouver to present their plans for health care delivery. "The presentations were long on rhetoric and short on details," Health Sciences Association of BC President Cindy Stewart said.

Do public demonstrations make a difference?

April 1, 2002
The Report: April / May 2002 vol.23 num.2 by DR. MARK LEIER f protests, rallies, petitions, and strikes didn’t work, we would all still be working 10 hours a day, six days a week. There would be no holidays, no EI, no healthcare, and women wouldn’t have the vote. These, and much more, were won using those same tools.

Stopping the Liberal cuts: Our work is essential

April 1, 2002
The Report: April / May 2002 vol.23 num.2 by MIRIAM SOBRINO

Mobilizing to protect health and social services

April 1, 2002
The Report: April / May 2002 vol.23 num.2 by CINDY STEWART he full effects of the Campbell era in British Columbia hit us on April 1, the first day of the new fiscal year.

Three cheers for Chilliwack!

April 1, 2002
The Report: April / May 2002 vol.23 num.2 by AUDREY MacMILLAN lmost a year has passed since the Liberal government was elected, and already the signs are clear that British Columbians are taking a second look.